They have been added to the bill for the annual entertainment extravaganza alongside the likes of Deacon Blue and Sugababes.
Caberfeidh manager Garry Reid has resolved to work even harder in pursuit of success for Caberfeidh in 2024.
A charity for children with life-shortening conditions brought some festive fun to families in Inverness by hosting a Christmas party.
Ryan Leak believes starting quickly in matches can help Ross County put Premiership opponents under pressure – and lead to more victories in Dingwall.
Boxer Ben Bartlett believes he rose to a new level last weekend to win the Scottish Championship he had spent most of 2023 clamouring for.
A Highland man with MS has completed 3000 press-ups in one month to prove anything is possible.
Some of the varied events coming up over the weekend and into next week.
Helen Crawford will ask the local authority to declare a 'school estate emergency' to put the issue on First Minister Humza Yousaf's desk.
The talented designer used her unique way with kilt-making design to come up with something now on show in a landmark museum.
Highland Council previously ditched plans to fund a new school but said it would buy the St Clement's site.
11-year-old Fluffy has lost 600 grams during a strict weight loss programme.
No trace of her 33-year-old son has been found since he left Aviemore nightclub in the early hours
Network Rail Scotland will introduce speed restrictions on lines across Scotland from today
The event is the second most significant local fundraiser of the year for the volunteers who work to save lives at sea.
News of a Great White Shark alert in Fortrose raised eyebrows on the Black Isle when it appeared in a number of Google alerts this evening.
Take time to be kind to ourselves, focus on what matters, and lean into the love of those who we do have around us.
100 former players from across the Highlands gathered together to share memories and honour some of the biggest contributors to football in the north.
For many hampered and endangered by the current system, the phased changes can't come soon enough. A major milestone will be marked on Monday.
They're not rocket science but heeding them could be the difference between getting there in one piece or not.
Parts of the Highlands could see more travel disruption caused by the cold spell, with a yellow warning in place for this afternoon and tomorrow.